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Thu Dec 15, 2016
Eaglecleaningcompany asked:
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Kara Blader answered:
It might just make it hard to do furnace cleaning. That would be a problem
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Wed May 14, 2014
Derek Tunison answered:
Good Luck Selling your home!

If you are looking to purchase or build a new home, I would be happy to provide you with a pre-approval and quote rate's and fees (Can't have too many quotes). I am a mortgage specialist in Clinton Twp, MI. If you have questions or need anything, please let me know.

Thank you again!

Derek Tunison
Sr. Loan Specialist
First Mortgage Corporation
41950 Hayes Rd
Clinton Twp, MI 48038
NMLS 162605
Cell: 586-306-8994
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
Tom Ledbetter answered:
What area are you looking in

Thank You,

Tom Ledbetter, e-PRO Certified REALTOR®
Broker Owner

Cell: 586-675-6751
eMail: Tom@USAHomeBroker.com
Web Site: USAHomeBroker.com

USA Home Broker
30030 Camden Circle
Chesterfield MI 48051
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
Sigrid Garrick answered:
I have seen furnaces in the crawl & also in the attic. You really should talk to your home inspector about any questions you have about the inspection. I do advise that all my buyer clients be present during the home inspection. They are a wealth of knowledge about the home & future maintenance you may need to do. ... more
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Sat May 5, 2012
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Wed Feb 22, 2012
Stephen Connolly answered:
Betty,
I also have great childhood memories of homes as well. I noticed that you are a home owner in Georgia. Are you looking to purchase a home in Michigan ? Thank you , Steve
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Mon Apr 19, 2010
Karen Paytas answered:
These are the Highlights of the MSHDA DPA Program:

Zero-interest, non-amortizing loan with no monthly payments.
Maximum assistance is $7,500.
Available with MSHDA's FHA or Rural Development first mortgage.
Funds may be used for down payment, closing costs, prepaid/escrow expenses and a home inspection performed by a licensed home inspector.
The loan is due upon sale or transfer of the property or if the first mortgage is refinanced or paid in full
I hope this answers your question. If I can be of any further assistance I'd be glad to help.
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Wed Jan 28, 2009
Derek Bauer answered:
I just had a married couple purchase a home from me (one was on mortgage, one was not), and they still own their existing home that was rented out after the purchase, so no rental income was used for qualifying. Thus, you should certainly have options. ... more
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Mon Jan 19, 2009
smith3gary answered:
Nina,

Just a suggestion, if you haven't checked your credit report, you can at no cost once every 12 months on this website according to the FTC http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/credit/cre34.shtm

If the property comes up under your credit report, then you most likely will have problems due to the large number of individuals choosing the "buy and bail".
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